by Alejandra Stack
Moziah Bridges, the 15 year-old fashion mogul who brought the bow tie back in style will be honored with a Male Trailblazer of the Year Award. He is going to be honored at the first annual ExCEL Honors event in Maryland in June. The awards is created by Gabrielle Jordan who became a bestselling author before she was 10 and is an international speaker with a mentoring institute for youth and the creator of her own couture Jewelz of Jordan jewelry line.
Gabrielle’s ExCEL Youth Mentoring Institute will have an evening of inspiration for the entire family honoring outstanding young leaders ages 18 & under and the individuals and organizations that support them on June 22, 2019 at the University of Maryland. (Click here to read our feature on it) The red carpet event will attract over 200 entrepreneurs, community leaders and youth trailblazers for an enchanting evening with celebrity guests, delicious cuisine and so much more.
Mo started out trading bow ties as a kid on the playground and eventually began his own company at age nine. His mom and grandmother helped him sew the bowties and launched his website. Soon, stores in Memphis, Tennessee wanted his accessories too.